We are happy to announce that MailerLite is now ready for high pixel density displays! It means that your newsletter images can now look crisp & clear on Retina and other high-density displays.
Understanding Retina and high-definition displays
“Retina” is a marketing term, first introduced by Apple in 2010 during the launch of the iPhone 4 to refer to their high pixel-density displays. Since then the term has been adopted worldwide.
These high pixel-density displays have twice as many pixels per inch than their traditional counterparts. Basically, if you want your images to look good on these screens, they need to be twice as large.
Doubling the number of pixels means that there are enough pixels for Retina screens to display when images get scaled down in the email.
How will it work in my newsletter?
It’s actually very simple, you just need to upload your images with 2 times higher resolution and we will take care of the rest.
In our templates or the drag & drop editor, you can see that all image blocks have specific pixel dimensions.